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Local Sports

November 10, 2012

Sports Calendar - 11/11/2012


College Men’s Basketball

Railey Realty Hoop Fest - At Garrett

Garrett 69, Butler 65

College Women’s Basketball

Delaware Tech 73, Allegany 64

Railey Realty Hoop Fest - At Garrett

Garrett 101, Butler 36

College Football

Regents Cup

Salisbury 48, Frostburg State 2

College Women’s Soccer

NCAA Tournament - First Round

Frostburg State at Lynchburg (Va.), 7:30

College Men’s Swimming

West Virginia Tech 107, Frostburg State 72

College Women’s Swimming

West Virginia Tech 111, Frostburg State 42

High School Cross Country

Maryland State Championships

Class 1A Girls

Boonsboro 45, Manchester Valley 65, Mountain Ridge 96, Perryville 120, Cambridge/South Dorchester 131, Bohemia Manor 138, Southern Garrett 168, Northwestern 233, Dunbar 248, Mardela 269, Friendship Academy 270, Havre de Grace 283

Class 1A Boys

Boonsboro 69, Bohemia Manor 70, Perryville 81, Mountain Ridge 110, Cambridge/South Dorchester 131, North Carroll 139, Southern Garrett 199, Pikesville 242, Smithsburg 257, Manchester Valley 258, Forestville 286, Northwestern 322, Mardela 326, Snow Hill 401, Dunbar 407

High School Football

West Virginia State Tournament

Class A - First Round

(1) Tucker County 27, (16) Moorefield 14

(7) East Hardy 60, (10) Wheeling Central 34

Class AA - First Round

(11) Summers County at (6) Frankfort, 7:30


College Men’s Basketball

Potomac State Tournament

Southern Maryland vs. Beaver County, Noon

Catonsville vs. Potomac State, 2:00

College Women’s Basketball

Allegany vs. Rhode Island CC, 1:00, at Frederick

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